Courtney Love has apologized to Dave Grohl and Trent Reznor for calling them ‘abusive.’
“I need to apologize for my recent post,” she said on Monday. “It was insensitive and it was wrong. No matter how I feel, there are real people behind my words and I need to learn to be more responsible with my words. I am truly sorry for those I’ve hurt. I will do better.”
Foo Fighters fans on Reddit have reacted to some fans criticizing the band for requiring vaccinations to enter their upcoming concerts.
KnitWit406 posted, “So everyone is blaming the band and promising to throw out all their albums, but the article states the mayor is only allowing full capacity shows if the audience is fully vaccinated. So are they pissed the band didn’t tell him to shove it and go play somewhere else? Also comparing this to racial segregation is a stretch, and a joke.”
Rausage505 said, “I love that the anti-vaxers and red-hatters have made it easy for us. They out’ed themselves as assholes we don’t need to waste energy on.
Oh, not going to the show? OK, bye. Thanks for leaving your tickets available to real fans.
Gonna burn your albums? Whatever. You already bought em, they already got paid, and now you look like a dick. And in a couple days when you stop caring about the latest insignificant hill that you’ve chosen to die on, and you wanna listen to your jams, you get to buy a new copy because you’re a stupid baby. Boo-fukin-hoo.
Do you think Dave is gonna be sad you aren’t there? Doubt it.”
DarkestDayOfMan wrote, “I don’t know how many times Foo Fighters have made a pro-science, pro-choice, pro-LGBT, or generally left leaning stance, and yet people are still shocked when they say something that aligns with those views. I mean for fucks sake Dave played My Hero at the 2012 DNC and the band played for Biden’s inauguration concert. It’s almost as bad as people just now figuring out that Rage Against The Machine is political.”